In the opening shots Jordan's face is overexposed and blown out. In later shots, his skin tones are overexposed and his eyes are underexposed. I'm not sure if that's an exposure problem, a lighting problem, or merely a lack of dynamic range in the video. Regardless it looks bad, much worse than the video they consistently get out of the GH5 and GH5s. I wouldn't be happy with that look in video after dropping $10k on a medium format body plus thousands on lenses to achieve amazing stills.